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stumpknocker

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They were everywhere!  Top water , rattle traps, and casting slabs all worked.  Mostly dinks but a few fatties were caught.  When the sun gets bright in the am just look for the action.

Just head towards the dam and you will be quickly surrounded by a ton of boats.


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Pretty exciting seeing several acres of fish on top. The jumbos are underneath the surfacing fish. I have good luck getting in the middle of a school and dropping a Axman slab down to the fish on my locator.
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Here's a tip on RR sandies. When you are in the middle of one of those big surfacing schools drop a blade bait to the bottom and burn it back up through them. Strikes are hard and you will get much bigger fish. I like the 5/8 oz. basspro xps laser blade baits. Chrome/ black back is best color. When doing catch and release I bend the barbs down.
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